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Design framework for an adaptive MOOC enhanced by blended learning: Supplementary training and personalized learning for teacher professional development
Gynther, Karsten

PublishedApril 2016
JournalElectronic Journal of e-Learning
Volume 14, Issue 1, Pages 15-30

ABSTRACT
The research project has developed a design framework for an adaptive MOOC that complements the MOOC
format with blended learning. The design framework consists of a design model and a series of learning design principles
which can be used to design in-service courses for teacher professional development. The framework has been evaluated
by alpha-testing and beta-testing, and the relationship between design principles and the intended, the implemented and
the attained designs has been analyzed. The project is methodologically inspired by Design Based Research.

Keywords adaptive learning · blended learning · design based research · MOOC · personalized curriculum

ISSN1479-4403
RefereedYes
RightsCopyright © 2003-2016 Electronic Journal of e-Learning
URLhttp://www.ejel.org/volume14/issue1/p15
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